Courtesy of Fox Home Entertainment, we have one copy of James Mangold and Hugh Jackman's The Wolverine (2-disc standard edition) up for grabs. Find out more details on how you can win this incredible movie after the jump!
Late reviews are better than no reviews, right? Regardless, check out my reviews for this week's epic finale to Geoff John's run on Aquaman as well as Andy Kubert's second issue of Damian: Son Of Batman after the jump!
Peter. J Tomasi, Patrick Gleason and Mick Gray's Batman and Robin: Death Of The Family hardcover hit all comic book shops this week; is it a book worthy of your Batman collection? Find out my take on the DC event tie-in after the jump!
Jimmy Palmiotti and Amanda Conner (Power Girl) take on the Joker's former girlfriend in one of the most wacky and entertaining comics in recent memory! Find out my take on Harley Quinn #0 after the jump!
A new trailer for Jose Padilha's RoboCop has dropped on the net which showcases Alex Murphy's emotional transformation from man to machine featuring great new footage from the upcoming 2014 remake starring Joel Kinnaman.
Next week, we'll witness the Starling City court take on Moira Queen, but in the episode afterwards, Barry Allen (guest star Grant Gustin) will make his way to Starling City in an episode written by Geoff Johns! Read the description after the jump.
DC reviews this week include Superman/Wonder Woman #2, Injustice Gods Among Us: Annual #1 featuring a oneshot between Harley Quinn and Lobo, and Batman #25 by Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo! Check out my reviews!
Seemingly having his own professional drug lab (ala Breaking Bad), The Count (Seth Gabel) returns to Starling City and kidnaps Adam Donner (Dylan Bruce), but that's not the only thing the Arrow has to deal with next week!
Drew Goddard -- writer and director behind the recent flick The Cabin In The Woods -- is reportedly set to write "The Man Without Fear" in Netflix and Marvel's Daredevil television series. Read on for more details after the jump!
Batman: Arkham Origins is the latest game in the Arkham trilogy as part of Warner Bros.' core Batman franchise. However, did WB Games Montreal craft some as special as Rocksteady, or was it more of the same? Click ahead for my take on it.
Ahead of the trailer release this weekend, check out new images featuring Matt Smith and David Tennant from the highly-anitcipated 50th anniversary special of Doctor Who; titled "Day Of The Doctor"! Will you see it in-theatre?
Vertigo and DC Comics hired a team of comic creators to adapt the original draft of Quentin Tarantino's award-winning screenplay for Django Unchained, but as a comic book, is it any good? Find out my take on the adaptation after the jump!
This episode is set to be the debut of Cynthia Addai-Robinson's Amanda Waller, and although she isn't featured in any of the images, check out these stellar action shots of Diggle, Deadshot, Lyla Michaels and Roy and Arrow on a stakeout!
Years after the events of The Killing Joke, Barbara Gordon reunites with The Joker face-to-face for the first time! Is this hardcover collection of those events as emotionally impactful as it promised to be? See my take after the jump!
More weekly reviews this week! I took a peek inside Damian: Son Of Batman, the "possible future" storyline featuring the return of Batman's son, as well as Forever Evil: ARGUS & Green Lantern: Annual #2, conclusion of "Lights Out"!
Before you prepare for tonight's awesome Black Canary and Arrow action, check out these promo photos from next week's episode, "League Of Assassins", featuring Navid Negahban as Al-Owal from Nanda Parbat & the League Of Assassins!
The new animated feature based on Geoff Johns and Jim Lee's New 52 origin graphic novel has been set! Additionally, package artwork for Justice League: War has also been released! Check that out and more details after the jump!
Three reviews for you this week! What did I think of Charles Soule's Red Lanterns #24? (hint: it was good), and how did I feel about Geoff Johns' unique origin tales in Justice League #24? Find out my thoughts this week after the jump!
With only two daunting, long days left until the release of the highly anticipated Arkham prequel, WB Interactive Entertainment have released the FINAL trailer for Batman: Arkham Origins featuring the main villain, Black Mask!
Only a few reviews in what could be described as one of the most disappointing weeks for DC Comics in the past few months. Why do I say this? Come check out my opinion on JLA #8, Green Lantern: New Guardians #24 AND Forever Evil: Rogues Rebellion.
This is the moment you've all been waiting for! Oliver Queen's alter-ego comes face-to-face with Black Canary (Caity Lotz) under some very...tight...circumstances. Also, Summer Glau's Isabel Rochev returns to Starling City...but why?
It seems as though the BBC have FINALLY started their promotional run for Doctor Who's HUGE special -- "Day Of The Doctor" -- to celebrate 50 years of the show with new promo pictures featuring Matt Smith, David Tennant and John Hurt!
When the Arrow attempts to finally take down China White (Kelly Hu) and her "business" once and for all, her new and deadly friend intervenes to try and push Oliver's skills to limits. Check out how badass Michael Jai White is!
Based off of DC and Vertigo's Fables, TellTale Games releases a new episodic video game series; The Wolf Among Us. Is it possible to top their 2012 Game of The Year; The Walking Dead? Check out my take to find out!
Have any doubts that anyone besides Mark Hamill could produce such a deliciously evil Joker voice? Come check out Batman: Arkham Origins' Joker -- Troy Baker -- recite a monologue from The Killing Joke and get a standing ovation...